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All reviews low tide bald eagles rented a car salmon nice beach beautiful natural area state recreation area incoming tide hiking trails in the area scenic drive bear tracks wildlife viewing worth a stop sea birds great place to visit the cruise ship dock sunny day
Eagle Beach is more Eagle than Beach... at least that's our experience. We took a self-guided tour to the beach, and found very little beach... but plenty of eagles.
Eagle Beach is mostly gravel - along a route to the sea. And eagles seem to...More
This is a beautiful area and worth a stop especially if on a cruise and try to get away from the thousands of fellow passengers dumped on the city. We didn't see any eagles here, but some in our party had a too close for...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip. We were ALONE on the south part of the beach, with just one other family way on the other end. Watched eagles perched on logs in the water, flying around, and two huge juvenile bald eagles...More
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Just drive it. Buy the Milepost, it is an extensive guide on driving the Alaskan highway system, including a lot of the main thoroughfares through BC, Canada, and YT, Canada. It'll give you everything you need to know like... More
Just drive it. Buy the Milepost, it is an extensive guide on driving the Alaskan highway system, including a lot of the main thoroughfares through BC, Canada, and YT, Canada. It'll give you everything you need to know like scenic stops, lodging options along the drive route, food options, attractions, city information, road condition information and other pertinent info.